The property is no longer permanently inhabited and can be sold and transferred quickly.
Solidly built and can easily be divided into two residential units.
The property is partly eligible for the green energy subsidy.
Private garden of about 300 m2 with panoramic views.
SELLING PRICE € 70,000.00 COSTS TO PURCHASER.
HOUSE CODE 514
The property consists of the semi-basement, the ground floor, the first floor and an attic.
*) The basement IS approx 35 sqm and consists of a large garage and a storage room
*) The ground floor (120 m2):
The ground floor is divided as follows:
A spacious hall with marble floor and stairs to the basement and to the first floor,
A studio room with a large door to the outside,
A large garage of about 60 sqm,
A large room and a storage room.
The ground floor has been prepared to realize an independent ground floor apartment with the following layout;
A living room with kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The doors and windows are already prepared, but not yet finished. The rest can be finished and rearranged by the new owner according to his own wishes and ideas.
*) The first floor (120 m2) and can be occupied immediately, and consists of;
Living room with access to the balcony.
Kitchen with access to the balcony.
Two bedrooms and a bathroom.
*) The attic: can be reached via a hatch in the hall. This is now used for storage.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Caprese Michelangelo 5 km
Pieve Santo Stefano 15 km
Lake di Montedoglio 12 km
Anghiari 20 km
Arezzo 44 km
San Marino 84 km
Florence 115 km
Caprese Michelangelo is a charming village in the province of Arezzo named after the famous Master sculptor of the Renaissance, Michelangelo Buonarotti. Situated in Val Tiberina, Caprese Michelangelo thrives from its main industry of growing fruit, vegetables and flowers. The colour and fresh smells that surround this enchanting place are truly a feast for the senses!
This quiet little part of Tuscany, situated about 100 kilometres east of Florence is home to beautiful old churches, delicious restaurants and a fine museum and library built in honour of its most famous son, Michelangelo.
There are some spectacular old buildings here dating back to the Etruscan and Roman times that bear a wonderful testament to the talents of these ancient civilisations. Walk around the ruins of the once majestic castle that stood guard over Caprese or embark on some scenic walking and cycling trails that meander through the area.
A mouth-watering chestnut festival takes place in Caprese Michelangelo in early October where visitors can taste these delicious roasted nuts during the street fair or savour the rich flavour of chestnut bread among other tasty local dishes.
There are some fantastic restaurants that have earned themselves excellent reviews from tourism for their welcoming atmosphere and delicious dishes.